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NJ Transit to rebuild Woodbridge Station


Early next month, New Jersey Transit will begin a $23 million project to reconstruct Woodbridge Station.

Scheduled to be complete in March 2007, the project includes building a new 800-foot center island high-level platform featuring four windscreen shelters with benches and a longer canopy.

NJ Transit will rebuild the existing structure and add a larger waiting area, two ticket-vending machines and two wheelchair-accessible restrooms. The agency also will add security cameras, which will be connected to NJ Transit’s closed-circuit television network.

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